Dorich House Museum Studio Residency 2020
Dorich House Museum is the former studio home of the Russian sculptor, artist and designer Dora Gordine (1895-1991) and her husband the Hon. Richard Hare (1907-1966), a diplomatand scholar in Russian art and literature. Having successfully piloted their Studio Residency scheme in 2018 and 2019, Dorich House Museum are now seeking artist/makers who are interested in creating work from Gordine’s impressive studio-home over the course of spring/summer 2020 for their Studio Residency scheme. The successful applicant will receive a direct grant of £6,000, plus expenses to cover associated travel, accommodation, production and hospitality costs, and support from a range of technical facilities across Kingston University. The residency is flexible in form and duration but must take place between February and July 2020. International candidates of all ages, backgrounds and disciplines are welcome to apply, and no specific academic qualifications are required.
Expires: November 29, 2019
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